interjoin

Related to interjoin: inner join

interjoin

(ˌɪntəˈdʒɔɪn)
vb (tr)
to join together
References in classic literature ?
"Perhaps I feared to make Alphonse jealous," she interjoined, with excessive naivete.
Each ring represents one of the three orders such that they are interjoined and tied, while each has its specific and exclusive elements, property, and condition at the same time.
Interjoined, arms locked around each other's butts, we gave as we took, with deep breaths, hugging closer as we made headway, resolutely ungagging, grunting, thrashing heels, emboldened by doing" (234).